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Old 12-08-2011, 03:21 PM
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You will definently have to post some picture when you get it done, I might do mine the same, I really want a headliner if I can make it look good, I think if you got a single cab headliner for the front and maybe an extended cab for the back and put them together it would work out ok, especially if ya done some trim between them, when are you expecting yours back from paint?

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I'm thinking the opposite, reg cab headliner in the rear especially if the trim pieces are the same and club cab in the front. I want to use the crew and club cab interior lights. The crew light is the same as a reg cab. I hope its back soon, I talked to his wife the other night and apparently its in primer. If I can get off work in time I'm going to stop by tonight
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Stopped by there today to check it out and snapped a few pictures
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Lookin good! What color are you goin with?

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Lookin good! What color are you goin with?

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Black and orange

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Installed some sound deadner on the backs of the door panels
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Great idea!! I'm going to do dynamat on the inside of the doors but I haven't thought about the door panels themselves. What kind of material is that and where did you get it?
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Great idea!! I'm going to do dynamat on the inside of the doors but I haven't thought about the door panels themselves. What kind of material is that and where did you get it?
Thank you. Its SBS modified bitumen with a bonded polyester layer, you can get it at any construction specialty store. I don't think its as good as dynamat is but I got this for free. Its not that pricey to buy and in a couple experiments I did it seemed to work quite well.
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Aquired some reg cab trim pieces for the crew cab rear corners
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Nice, I have been thinking of what to do with all the longer trim pieces above the doors and windows. All the ones I have and can find are all broke and I would kinda have to piece them together for the extra doors. I have been thinkin about it and I think im gonna order some aluminum bar stock and being a machinest by trade im gonna re build the trim pieces to look like the factory ones. But machine them from aluminum

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so i got a extended cab headliner today from the junk yard for 5 bucks, i kinda started putting it in to see how it would fit and ran into a problem, just wondering what your thoughts were on this. if you look in the center of your roof on the inside there is a metal ridge that runs from one side to the other, im not real sure on how to go about doing the headliner over it, the factory extended cab light lands behind the ridge, have you had a chance to look at yours at all to address this? i kinda thought about just butting the headliner against it from each side and putting a stainless strip on each side, but that will make it so the factory light will not work, just figured i would get your opinion
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Nice, I have been thinking of what to do with all the longer trim pieces above the doors and windows. All the ones I have and can find are all broke and I would kinda have to piece them together for the extra doors. I have been thinkin about it and I think im gonna order some aluminum bar stock and being a machinest by trade im gonna re build the trim pieces to look like the factory ones. But machine them from aluminum

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I put some pieces back together by sanding the broken joint and the back with 80grit and used epoxy cold weld to join them. On a couple I laid some typar building wrap that I thought would work like fiberglass matting.

I think the aluminium pieces would look very trick, especially if they were finished in brushed
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so i got a extended cab headliner today from the junk yard for 5 bucks, i kinda started putting it in to see how it would fit and ran into a problem, just wondering what your thoughts were on this. if you look in the center of your roof on the inside there is a metal ridge that runs from one side to the other, im not real sure on how to go about doing the headliner over it, the factory extended cab light lands behind the ridge, have you had a chance to look at yours at all to address this? i kinda thought about just butting the headliner against it from each side and putting a stainless strip on each side, but that will make it so the factory light will not work, just figured i would get your opinion
I see what you mean, just a idea but 2 reg. cab headliners might work. Regular cabs and crews use the same rear light over the back window. I plan on using the club cab and crew interior lights and I could just cut the front reg. cab headliner in front of the ridge for the club cab light. I think if the headliner was run up to the apex of the ridge on one side and over the ridge with the other, a piece of stainless/prefinished/painted material could be broke in the same angle as the ridge and capped over top. Screws from both side would hold the headliner very securely as well. What do you think?
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That's kinda what I was thinkin, somethin of that nature, too bad the roof can't just be flat! I also though of maybe just butting a liner up against both sides and just painting that ridge the same color as the headliner and not cover it at all, im gonna screw with mine tomorrow and see what I can come up with

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any word from paint yet?
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